For practical operation of dividing manifolds, the discharge uniformity is a property generally required. To investigate the dependence of discharge uniformity on the manifold geometry and operating conditions, analytical solution to the governing equation, Bajura's equation, was secured. Furthermore, examples were derived by substituting experimental data into the analytical solutions; the resultant curves of discharge distribution indicated essential agreement between the theoretical and experimental results. For evaluating the property of discharge distribution, a uniformity index, U, was introduced. The calculated results of U showed a well-defined dependence of uniformity on the dimensionless parameter, γ, and a maximum of U presented around 1.44 of γ.